Sony Corporation, is a Japanese conglomerate corporation known by its consumer electronics. Its headquarters are located in Konan, Minato in Tokyo. Sony was founded in 1946 by Ibuka Masaru and Morita Akio and was originally named Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation). Sony’s services include consumer and professional electronics, gaming and network, entertainment, and financial services. Sony is the owner of the largest music, entertainment, and game console businesses in the world. Sony is made up of Sony pictures, Sony Mobile, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Music Group, and Sony Financial Holdings. Sony is the fifth biggest television manufacturer following after Samsung, LG, TLC, and Hisense.

Where is Sony located?

Sony’s headquarters are located in Sony City within Minato, Tokyo in Japan. Sony has other regional offices in Japan, the United States, Belgium, Brazil, Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, and Greece. Sony has in total 61 office locations that are spread across 46 countries around the world.

What popular products does Sony create today?

The popular products Sony creates today are game and network Services with the launch of various video game consoles, music production, pictures production for television and film entertainment, home entertainment and sound systems, and imaging products and solutions. Other Sony products include mobile communications, semiconductors, as well as providing financial services.

When was Sony founded?

Sony was founded during the Second World War in 1946. Sony was founded by Masaru Ibuka and started as an electronics shop in Shirokiya, a department store building in the Nihonbashi area of Tokyo. Sony started with a total of 8 employees and Masaru Ibuka was later joined by Akio Morita.

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4.2” | 106 mm
6.3" | 160 mm
2.6” | 66 mm
9.87 oz | 280 g
November 12, 2020
DualSense Controller
10.600
16.000
6.600
0.280
2020.00
18000
3D
DualSense Controller
3.74” | 95 mm
6.18” | 157 mm
2.16” | 54.9 mm
7.4 oz | .21 kg
2000
DualShock 2 Controller
9.500
15.700
5.490
0.210
2000.00
1400
3D
DualShock 2 Controller
3.78” | 97 mm
6.2” | 160 mm
2.2” | 55 mm
6.7 oz | .19 kg
2006
DualShock 3 Controller
9.700
16.000
5.500
0.190
2006.00
4100
3D
DualShock 3 Controller
3.94” | 100 mm
6.34” | 161 mm
2.24” | 57 mm
7.4 oz | .21 kg
2013
DualShock 4 Controller
10.000
16.100
5.700
0.210
2013.00
17000
3D
DualShock 4 Controller
PS4 Pro
196000
2.17” | 55 mm
11.6” | 295 mm
12.9” | 327 mm
7.3 lb | 3.3 kg
2016
PS4 Pro
5.500
29.500
32.700
3.300
2016.00
196000
3D
PS4 Pro
1.54” | 39 mm
10.4” | 265 mm
11.3” | 288 mm
4.6 lb | 2.1 kg
2016
PS4 Slim
3.900
26.500
28.800
2.100
2016.00
51000
3D
PS4 Slim
2.5" | 63.5 mm
10.75” | 275 mm
7.5” | 190 mm
3.2 lb | 1.5 kg
1994-2006
PlayStation
6.350
27.500
19.000
1.500
1994.00
910000
3D
PlayStation
3.1” | 78.7 mm
11.9” | 302.3 mm
7.2” | 182.9 mm
4.85 lb | 2.2 kg
2000-2013
PlayStation 2
7.870
30.230
18.290
2.200
2000.00
37000
3D
PlayStation 2
3.8” | 98 mm
12.8” | 325 mm
10.8” | 275 mm
11 lb | 5 kg
2006-2016
PlayStation 3
9.800
32.500
27.500
5.000
2006.00
39000
3D
PlayStation 3
2.09” | 53 mm
10.8” | 275 mm
12” | 305 mm
6.2 lb | 2.8 kg
2013
PlayStation 4
5.300
27.500
30.500
2.800
2013.00
246000
3D
PlayStation 4
15.4” | 390 mm
4.1” | 104 mm (Base); 3.6” | 92 mm (Digital)
10.2" | 260 mm
9.9 lb | 4.5 kg (Base); 8.6 lb | 3.9 kg (Digital)
November 12, 2020
PlayStation 5
39.000
10.400
2.600
4.500
2020.00
853000
3D
PlayStation 5
3.66” | 93 mm
5.83” | 148 mm
2.1” | 53.3 mm
4.7 oz | .13 kg
1994
PlayStation Controller
9.300
14.800
5.330
0.130
1994.00
19000
3D
PlayStation Controller
2.9” | 74 mm
6.7” | 170 mm
.9” | 23 mm
9.88 oz | .28 kg
2005-2014
PlayStation Portable
7.400
17.000
23.000
0.280
2005.00
86700
3D
PlayStation Portable
28” | 71.1 cm
48.375” | 122.9 cm
1.625” | 4.13 cm
41.2 lb | 18.7 kg
2019
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”)
71.100
122.900
4.130
18.700
2019.00
10
https://p3d.in/e/hfM41
3D
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”)3D model of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) viewed in perspective
32.875” | 83.5 cm
57” | 144.8 cm
1.625” | 4.13 cm
46.7 lb | 21.2 kg
2019
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”)
83.500
144.800
4.130
21.200
2019.00
30
https://p3d.in/e/6RTmb
3D
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”)
39.25” | 99.7 cm
67.875” | 172.4 cm
1.938” | 4.92 cm
77.8 lb | 35.3 kg
2019
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (77”)
99.700
172.400
4.920
35.300
2019.00
90
https://p3d.in/e/hpRyN
3D
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (77”)View of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (77”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (77”) in 3D available for download
28” | 71.1 cm
48.375” | 122.9 cm
2.75” | 7 cm
39.7 lb | 18 kg
2019
Sony X950G Smart TV (55”)
71.100
122.900
7.000
18.000
2019.00
200
https://p3d.in/e/10sBR
3D
Sony X950G Smart TV (55”)3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) viewed in perspective
32.875” | 83.5 cm
57” | 144.8 cm
2.75” | 7 cm
51.8 lb | 23.5 kg
2019
Sony X950G Smart TV (65”)
83.500
144.800
7.000
23.500
2019.00
200
https://p3d.in/e/ABDG4
3D
Sony X950G Smart TV (65”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (65”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (65”)
37.875” | 96.2 cm
66” | 167.6 cm
2.875” | 7.3 cm
77.6 lb | 35.2 kg
2019
Sony X950G Smart TV (75”)
96.200
167.600
7.300
35.200
2019.00
50
https://p3d.in/e/HvKxR
3D
Sony X950G Smart TV (75”)View of the Sony X950G Smart TV (75”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Sony X950G Smart TV (75”) in 3D available for download
43.375” | 110.2 cm
75.25” | 191.1 cm
2.875” | 7.3 cm
101.4 lb | 46 kg
2019
Sony X950G Smart TV (85”)
110.200
191.100
7.300
46.000
2019.00
30
https://p3d.in/e/Peaod
3D
Sony X950G Smart TV (85”)3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (85”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Sony X950G Smart TV (85”) viewed in perspective
PS4 Pro

The PlayStation 4 Pro was announced to the public on September 7, 2016 by Sony and was made available on November 10, 2016. The gaming console is an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 and has improved hardware to enable 4K rendering and improved PlayStation VR performance. It has a storage of 1 TB, features greater draw distances, anti-aliasing, visual FX, and renders vivid textures and deep shadows. It is compatible with all PS4 games. The PS4 Pro is 78% larger in volume than the PS4. The PS4 Pro has an extra USB port, has an optical audio port, and uses HDMI 2.0.

The PS4 Pro has a height of 2.17” (55 mm), depth of 12.9” (327 mm), width of 11.6” (295 mm), and approximate weight of 7.3 lb (3.3 kg).

Collection of drawings of the PS4 Pro with height, width, and depth dimensions
The PlayStation 4 Pro was announced to the public on September 7, 2016 by Sony and was made available on November 10, 2016. The gaming console is an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 and has improved hardware to enable 4K rendering and improved PlayStation VR performance.

The PS4 Pro has a height of 2.17” (55 mm), depth of 12.9” (327 mm), width of 11.6” (295 mm), and approximate weight of 7.3 lb (3.3 kg).

Collection of drawings of the PS4 Pro with height, width, and depth dimensions
PS4 Pro
Height:
2.17” | 55 mm
Width:
11.6” | 295 mm
Length:
Depth:
12.9” | 327 mm
Resolution (Max)
3840 x 2160 px
Weight:
7.3 lb | 3.3 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Sony
Release
2016

Drawings include:
PS4 Pro front elevation, top, side

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PlayStation

The PlayStation, PS, is a home video game console that has sleek design and CD format developed by Sony. The PlayStation became the first game console in history to sell 100 million units all over the world. It was released in Japan in December of 1994, and worldwide the following year, 1995. The Playstation is part of the fifth-generation of video games. It was a competitor to the Sega Saturn and Nintendo 64. The PlayStation controller has 4 buttons instead of the standard two in order to explore more gameplay possibilities. One of the most popular games for the console was Crash Bandicoot (Naughty Dog – 1996). The Playstation was discontinued in 2006.

The PlayStation has a height of 2.5" (63.5 mm), width of 10.75” (275 mm), depth of 7.5” (190 mm), and approximate weight of 3.2 lb (1.5 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The PlayStation, PS, is a home video game console that has sleek design and CD format developed by Sony. The PlayStation became the first game console in history to sell 100 million units all over the world. It was released in Japan in December of 1994, and worldwide the following year, 1995.

The PlayStation has a height of 2.5" (63.5 mm), width of 10.75” (275 mm), depth of 7.5” (190 mm), and approximate weight of 3.2 lb (1.5 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
PlayStation
Height:
2.5" | 63.5 mm
Width:
10.75” | 275 mm
Length:
Depth:
7.5” | 190 mm
Resolution (Max)
640 x 480 px
Weight:
3.2 lb | 1.5 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Sony
Release
1994-2006

Drawings include:
PlayStation front elevation, top, side

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DualShock 2 Controller

The DualShock 2 Controller is a sixth-generation gamepad and a successor of the DualShock Controller. It was released into the market in 2000 as a video game controller for Sony PlayStation 2. The DualShock 2 Controller is also forward compatible with original models of PlayStation and backward compatible with PlayStation 3 through the third party peripheral connecting the controller and the console via a USB port.

Noticeable features of the DualShock 2 Controller include stiffer analog sticks, a blue DualShock logo at the top of the controller, and pressure-sensitive analog values. It also cannot work with games that require Sixaxis functionality.

The DualShock 2 Controller has a height of 3.74” (95 mm), width of 6.18” (157 mm), depth of 2.16” (54.9 mm), and approximate weight of 7.4 oz (.21 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the DualShock 2 Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The DualShock 2 Controller is a sixth-generation gamepad and a successor of the DualShock Controller. It was released into the market in 2000 as a video game controller for Sony PlayStation 2. The DualShock 2 Controller is also forward compatible with original models of PlayStation.

The DualShock 2 Controller has a height of 3.74” (95 mm), width of 6.18” (157 mm), depth of 2.16” (54.9 mm), and approximate weight of 7.4 oz (.21 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the DualShock 2 Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
DualShock 2 Controller
Height:
3.74” | 95 mm
Width:
6.18” | 157 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.16” | 54.9 mm
Weight:
7.4 oz | .21 kg
Area:
Designer
Sony
Released
2000

Drawings include:
DualShock 2 Controller front elevation, top, side

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PlayStation 3

The PlayStation 3 is a home video game console that was developed by Sony. The PlayStation 3 was first released on November 11, 2006 in Japan, November 17, 2006 in North America, and March 23, 2007 in Europe and Australia.  It is the successor to the PlayStation 2 and was part of the PlayStation brand of consoles. The PlayStation 3 became the competitor to Xbox 360 and Nintendo’s Wii. The PlayStation 3 features remote play, personal media storage, a sleek design, and internet. It also has portable connectivity, 4 USB ports, 1 HDMI output, and Bluetooth. The PlayStation 3 was discontinued in 2017.

The PlayStation 3 has a height of 3.8” (98 mm), width of 12.8” (325 mm), depth of 10.8” (275 mm), and approximate weight of 11 lb (5 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation 3 with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The PlayStation 3 is a home video game console that was developed by Sony. The PlayStation 3 was first released on November 11, 2006 in Japan, November 17, 2006 in North America, and March 23, 2007 in Europe and Australia. It is the successor to the PlayStation 2.

The PlayStation 3 has a height of 3.8” (98 mm), width of 12.8” (325 mm), depth of 10.8” (275 mm), and approximate weight of 11 lb (5 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation 3 with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
PlayStation 3
Height:
3.8” | 98 mm
Width:
12.8” | 325 mm
Length:
Depth:
10.8” | 275 mm
Resolution (Max)
1920 x 1080 px
Weight:
11 lb | 5 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Sony
Release
2006-2016

Drawings include:
PlayStation 3 front elevation, top, side

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PlayStation 5
Series of scaled illustrations comparing the size of the Console to the Xbox Series X and the Playstation 4 Pro

The PlayStation 5 is a video game console that was developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released on November 12, 2020 in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. The PlayStation 5 is available in 2 forms: a base model with Ultra HD Blu-Ray optical disc drive or as a lower-cost Digital Edition without the optical drive.

The PlayStation 5 features a solid-state drive, custom AMD GPU, 4K resolution display, 3D audio effects, and backward compatibility with most PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR games. The PlayStation 5 is available in a black and white finish.

The Base model of the PlayStation 5 has a height of 15.4” (390 mm), width of 4.1” (104 mm), depth of 10.2" (260 mm), and weight of 9.9 lb (4.5 kg). The streamlined Digital model of the Playstation 5 has a height of 15.4” (390 mm), width of 3.6” (92 mm), depth of 10.2" (260 mm), and weight of 8.6 lb (3.9 kg).The Playstation 5 can render up to 7680 x 4320 px (8K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the PlayStation 5 Base Edition measured with height, width, and depth
The PlayStation 5 is a video game console that was developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released on November 12, 2020 in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. The PlayStation 5 is available in 2 forms: a base model and digital model.

The Base model of the PlayStation 5 has a height of 15.4” (390 mm), width of 4.1” (104 mm), depth of 10.2" (260 mm), and weight of 9.9 lb (4.5 kg). The streamlined Digital model of the Playstation 5 has a height of 15.4” (390 mm), width of 3.6” (92 mm), depth of 10.2" (260 mm), and weight of 8.6 lb (3.9 kg).The Playstation 5 can render up to 7680 x 4320 px (8K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the PlayStation 5 Base Edition measured with height, width, and depth
PlayStation 5
Height:
15.4” | 390 mm
Width:
4.1” | 104 mm (Base); 3.6” | 92 mm (Digital)
Length:
Depth:
10.2" | 260 mm
Resolution (Max)
7680 x 4320 px (8K UHD)
Weight:
9.9 lb | 4.5 kg (Base); 8.6 lb | 3.9 kg (Digital)
Area:
Storage
825 GB
Designer
Sony
Release
November 12, 2020

Drawings include:
PlayStation 5 front elevation, top, side

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